The New York Dolphins?

Dec. 26, 2010; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins running back Ronnie Brown (23) runs up the middle past Detroit Lions defense during the second quarter at Sun Life Stadium. The Lions won 34-27. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

A collective groan likely surfaced around your computers or maybe a little bit of vomit hit the back end of your throat.  The New York Dolphins?  Seriously?  Well considering that over the last few years many Miami Dolphins fans have playfully called the Phins, the Miami Cowboys, it’s only logical to do the same for the J.E.T.S, Suck, Suck, Suck!

Early reports are that the Jets will be looking to possibly add free agent QB Chad Henne to compete with Mark “The not-so-sanchize” Sanchez.  Already former Dolphin and Jets QB Chad Pennington has been up there working with Sanchez.  Tony Sparano, Miami’s embattled former HC is now their offensive coordinator, and now a report out of NY has the Jets ready to roll on another former Miami Dolphin.

Ronnie Brown.

Brown is a slowing 30 year old but considering that the Jets have a very slow LaDanian Tomlinson it only makes sense for Sparano to encourage adding someone who knows his system and let’s face the facts, Brown under Sparano was really good, well o.k., he was very serviceable.  He still will be.  Last year, Brown ran back-up to Philly’s LeSean McCoy and rarely saw the field.  In NY, that wouldn’t be the case.  Brown can still be an effective receiver out of the back-field and a compliment to running back Shonne Greene.  Fear not fellow Phin fans.  The Ronnie Brown we had is not the same Ronnie Brown anymore and really shouldn’t pose a major threat to the team twice a year.

Still, it makes you wonder how many other soon to be former Miami Dolphins will make their way north on I-95.

Topics: Miami Dolphins, NY Jets, Ronnie Brown, Tony Sparano

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